January 4, 2022

The son of a schoolteacher and a domestic servant, Desmond Tutu would grow up to become a prominent figure on the world stage. With Nelson Mandela locked behind bars for almost three decades, the apartheid government in South Africa saw Tutu as their greatest threat. Tutu’s reputation belied his simple charm. Interviewers remember his impish giggle and his corny jokes. Wearing a standard bishop’s uniform—purplish shirt with a white clerical collar—he usually introduced himself as “the Arch,” short for Archbishop…. Read more

December 21, 2021

Author and pastor Greg Laurie recounts how Billy Graham’s experience with his first sermon shows how God can use our small beginnings. Read more

December 7, 2021

How did Christmas become the mother of all Christian celebrations? Read more

November 23, 2021

God’s gifts may take time, but they are tailor-made for you. Read more

November 3, 2021

Which type of worship should you participate in? Read more

October 28, 2021

When does a group of believers become a ‘church’? Read more

October 27, 2021

Toxins work their way into the church seemingly without effort. Read more

October 26, 2021

Look beyond the Book of Revelation to know what is to come in the last days or end times. Read more

September 29, 2021

Making our most desperate prayers conditional is gut-wrenchingly counterintuitive; yet it serves our faith well. Read more

August 11, 2021

Jesus wanted to take the “ordinary” ikons and turn them into a community of disciples launching the greatest social movement in human history. Read more

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